Well off the beaten path of the theme parks and the resorts that populate the monorail and Crescent Lake, guests can find two relaxing and thematically encompassing resorts: Old Key West and Saratoga Springs Resort and Spa. In addition to a variety of food, guests can also top off a meal with a relaxing boat ride to Disney Springs for some post-meal shopping or an after-dinner cocktail. The next time you are looking to try something new, check out one of these restaurant!
1. The Paddock Grill (Saratoga Springs)
Isolated away from the main building at Saratoga Springs, the Paddock Grill is open to guests for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Breakfast has a smaller offering to guests with muffins, bagels, croissants, as well as a country breakfast burrito, an egg Florentine wrap, as well as French toast sticks. While this is a quick service pool bar, there is seating available for guests to enjoy their food. Lunch features more traditional fare: a bacon cheeseburger, a chicken chop salad, chicken nuggets, a spice-crusted fish sandwich, as well as a roasted vegetable sandwich, barbecued pork belly, or a turkey artichoke panini. Dinner features the same offerings, but you will also want to browse the cocktail menu for a refreshing twist on you meal!
2. Gurgling Suitcase (Old Key West )
Another pool bar located over at Old Key West, the Gurgling Suitcase is a very small establishment that pairs with the resort perfectly. However, if you are having a late lunch or are just in need of snack before dinner in the parks, the Gurgling Suitcase will have the snack for you! Guests can munch on conch fritters, boneless buffalo chicken bites, a light shrimp salad, fish tacos, delicious deep-fried pickles, barbecue pork nachos, or a heftier burger with tropical accompaniments! In addition to this great food menu, guests are encouraged to sample one of the cocktails for two or other specialty drinks!
3. Chip ‘n Dale Café (Saratoga Springs)
This location is a quick, grab-and-go snack station for guests looking for a pick-me-up! At breakfast guests can have a traditional breakfast burrito or a breakfast sandwich. For lunch guests will find a selection of hot dogs, a grilled cheese sandwich, a turkey and Swiss sandwich, ham and cheese, tuna salad sandwich, as well as a chicken bacon quesadilla, wraps, and cheesesteaks. You’ll love the convenience of this restaurant before or after a long day in the parks!
4. Artist’s Palette (Saratoga Springs)
Another quick service option for guests at Saratoga Springs, the Artist’s Palette offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner to guests. Traditional breakfast offerings can be found in the form of Mickey waffles, a breakfast platter, a thin crust breakfast pie, a country breakfast wrap, biscuits and gravy, and more! Lunch features unique selections of a buffalo chicken panini, a spicy Italian beef sandwich, a Greek salad served with chicken, an Italian flatbread sandwich, a truly tasty lobster club sandwich, as well as classic sandwiches, pizzas, and salads! Guests will find the same menu at dinner, too, so if you find a favorite at lunch, you can have it again at dinner!